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Nobel chemistry prize for molecule photos






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The Nobel Prize in chemistry went to three scientists. They found a way of photographing molecules. Molecules are the smallest things in our body and in everything around us. Scientists can zoom in to see things in our bodies never seen before. They can now see how molecules move.

The Nobel committee said science will change forever. It added: "Soon, there will be no more secrets. Now we can see the…details of [molecules] in every corner of our cells and every drop of our body fluids. We can understand how…they work together." A professor said scientists can look at viruses and cure diseases.

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